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>> Nicole Lee: I'm Nicole Lee, associate editor for www.cnet.com.
>> And this is the LGVX8350 from Verizon Wireless. It is the successor to the LGVX8300. And as you can see it is a much more streamlined [assumed spelling], much more curvy then it's predecessor. It's very sort of cute looking, sort of curvy, and pebble like in design. Underneath the display, there are three external music player controls, above that you get the typical external display, and you get a 1.3 megapixel camera lens on top of here. On one side, you get the dedicated camera key, the microSD card slots. On the other side, you get a volume rocker, and a voice command key. Open it up, and you get a very nice, beautiful display here. The colors are amazing, underneath the display, you get a very, roomy, spacious keypad. Despite its small size, the VX8350 comes with a lot of features. It has 1.3 megapixel camera, it has the music player, it has EV-DO support. It has access to Verizon's V Cast videos, V Cast music. You can play music real easily. So overall, we love the style and design of the phone. We love the features of the phone. And this is definitely one of my favorite phones from Verizon, so far. My name's Nicole Lee.
>> Nicole Lee: This has been the LGVX8350.
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